Dan Ramsey, who wrote The Frugal Pilot column for General Aviation News for the past few years, has published “The Frugal Pilot: How to Fly on a Budget.”
In the book, Ramsey includes hundreds of tips on aircraft maintenance, price shopping, barter and trade, multitask flying, co-ownership, partnerships, flying clubs, reducing taxes, owner maintenance, selecting a frugal airplane, renting your wings, and practical advice from other pilots.
Not yet a pilot? Read the bonus chapter on what you need to become a pilot – on a budget.
Ramsey is the author of dozens of books on aviation, business, and consumer topics. Portions of his new book appeared in his column for General Aviation News.
The Frugal Pilot: How to Fly on a Budget is is available on Amazon as a $9.95 printed book, as well as a Kindle ebook download at $4.99.
For more information on flying on a budget, visit FrugalPilot.com.